CLINTON, NJ – Sept 21 & 22, 2024

Once again, hosted by the great folks at West Jersey K9 SAR. Cannot wait to be back for another amazing weekend. Two days chock full of important information that will help you deepen your understanding of dogs, relationships, RCT techniques, and your own actions as a handler. Join us for WHO ARE YOU – AND HOW CAN WE HELP? on Saturday, and on Sunday TALKS WITH DOGS How Our Body Language Affects Our Communication with Dogs.

Communicating the Meaning Behind Our Touch

https://www.bps.org.uk/research-digest/we-intuitively-understand-meaning-behind-touch-arm “It’s common knowledge that we use more than speech to communicate. Our facial signals, hand gestures and tone of…

Webinar SEE SPOT SIT – OR NOT? WHY NOT, SPOT?

SIT is an amazing starting point for understanding our dog’s physical abilities. When you know what to look for, how your dog sits – or doesn’t! – can provide a wealth of information, including possible discomfort, pain or even structural issues that need your support.

Webinar PRACTICE OR PREVENTION – TRAINING TIME VS MANAGEMENT MOMENTS

Training time means the time, place, you and your dog are all in a good spot where learning can occur. Management moments are when things are not conducive to learning. Knowing where you are is a big part of getting where you want to go. This webinar will help you clarify moment by moment, and provides practical advice to help you and your dog.

Webinar TALKS WITH DOGS

Webinar  TALKS WITH DOGS: How Our Body Language Affects Our Communication with Dogs Canine body language is fascinating! Books and…

Treat/Retreat FREE FAQ

This webinar is an overview that introduces you to Treat/Retreat, a powerfully effective technique is used to help socially shy dogs.  This is a dog-centric technique that is force-free. Respect for the dog’s boundaries, arousal and abilities are combined with nuanced observation and engagement of SEEKING to help build the dog’s skills.

Webinar WHAT SIZE WORLD?

Suzanne’s compassionate and holistic approach to defining the “right size world” is based on the individual dog’s needs, abilities and preferences.